There’s no doubt that the Renault Zoe is a brilliant little electric car and responsible for helping many people make the switch to electric, but Renault have been pretty slow in following up with further electric models. Until now.

The Megane E-Tech is impressive both inside and out and has a more premium feel than you might expect from a Renault. What is particularly credible is that the Megane E-Tech electric SUV will replace Renault’s long-serving, high-selling mid-size family ICE version. What do you think? Could this be the EV for you? Tell us below..

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